Margaretville is a village in Delaware County, New York, United States. The population was 596 at the 2010 census. The village is in the town of Middletown, on the border of the Catskill Park.
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4.5 based on 44 reviews
Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall ... there's something for everyone at Plattekill Mountain. Under 3 hours from NYC, Plattekill offers a unique experience a world away from the hustle and bustle. Family owned and operated, you'll find a charming, real-vibe, resort atmosphere surrounded by beautiful Catskill mountains. IN WINTER MONTHS, choose from 38 trails for skiing, snowboarding, and snowtubing activities. 3500' summit elevation and 1100' vertical, Plattekill stacks up. Offering a full array of lesson programs and trails for all abilities including 2-mile long beginner cruisers to steep continuous pitch double black diamonds. IN SUMMER/FALL MONTHS Plattekill offers a free concert music series (first Saturday of every month July thru October), plus mountain biking, chairlift rides, hiking, glamping and camping facilities. In addition, the mountain as become a very popular venue for private mountain rentals for mountaintop wedding ceremonies and receptions, corporate outings and private recreational events. The great outdoors, for all types of fun, awaits at Plattekill Mountain.
Great, well groomed slopes. during the winter. Summers are great at Plattekill. Outdoor concerts + BBQ. All first rate.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
What makes for a great antique store? Well, whatever it is, Discoveries in Margaretville has it. A wide selection of antiques, unusual jewelry, art, strange unclassfiable stuff, and not one visible ounce of potpourri-these are the things that I appreciate in a place like this. But, Discoveries has another sterling gem: the delightful owner of the place, Francis Kingsley Eichner. Francis is a warm, engaging person, with high energy and a wealth of information on antiques at hand. She designs her own unique jewelry, which she sells in the store, along with other artist's works. When I was in the shop, she had a lot of Mexican art with "Day of the Dead" subject matter. Prices are good, and Francis is open to discussion on price. Talking with her is delightful, as is scratching the head of her large faithful, friendly dog, whose name I have, unfortunately, forgotten. If you are on Main Street in this pretty town, you need to stop by and see her and the store. Even though I didn't buy anything on my visit there, I got a big hug from Francis when I left. It's that kind of place.
5 based on 7 reviews
Come enjoy the beautiful wildlife and serene nature of Lake Wawaka the way it was meant to be seen! Ocean Kayaks, Necky Kayaks & Old Town Kayaks and Canoes available for rent. We also offer stand-up paddle boards.
We had a great time kayaking and seeing some wildlife. We saw a bald eagle, a blue heron, tadpoles, and many other birds while we were on the water. The kayaks were comfortable. We'll be back if we are ever in the area again.Thank you you for this review. We hope you return and enjoy our Catskill Mountain retreat. We are glad you got to see some of the great bird life that frequents or waters and trails! Best wishes.
3.5 based on 47 reviews
Welcome to the Delaware & Ulster Railroad, located in the heart of New York State's legendary Catskill Mountains. The D&U is an excursion train that combines railroad nostalgia with scenic rides. Step back in time as you board the historic D&U. Your journey will include an ever changing landscape while you enjoy a leisurely ride along the pristine waters of the East Branch of the Delaware River. The Arkville depot offers a terrific exhibit chronicling the important role the railroad played in the development of the region. There's a gift shop that offers a unique shopping experience that will help commemorate your trip or delight someone special who is waiting for your return.
Nice slow scenic ride along a branch of the Delaware River. Beautiful range of colors covering the mountains. The Roxbury station "museum" was nothing to talk about, but a crew member gave me a penny the train had flattened, for my daughter. The station at Arkville station has souvenirs. As mentioned we rode in the passenger cars, not the dining car, which weren't luxurious, but it adds to the feeling of a nostalgic train ride through the mountains. We loved it, and would do it again.
4 based on 5 reviews
Largest inventory of antiques in the Catskill region. Over 10,000 square feet of fine American and European Antique Country Furniture. Specializing in cupboards, farm tables, bedrooms, sideboards, armoires, desks and outdoor iron works. Many other items available. Open year round. 10am to 6pm off season. 9am to 8pm spring, summer and fall.
A very large selection of old furniture. Even if you're not buying, it's fun to explore this warehouse of antiques.
5 based on 2 reviews
The Catskill Center in Arkville is home to the Erpf Gallery, the Catskill Mountain Quilters Hall of Fame, a small bookstore and visitor information center, all of which are open to the public. The Catskill Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and enrichment of the environmental, cultural and economic resources of the Catskills.
The Catskill Center is devoted to helping people enjoy the Catskills, and to helping the Catskills remain an important part of the natural beauty of New York State.
It is open Monday thru Friday 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, Saturdays 10 am to 2pm. The staff is very knowledgeable about the Catskills and its attractions; the store has tons of information about the Catskills, including many free publications, and there are always interesting things on exhibit.
At the moment, we really enjoyed the exhibit current, Function or Form: Utilitarian Art, which will be on display in the Erpf Gallery December 3, 2016 through January 21, 2017. It features beautiful functional items by 17 local artists.
The Center also directs many conservation activities in the area.
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